CHARTERING AND CHARTER-PARTIES 45 1. Title of the contracting parties. 2. Name of the vessel. 3. Warranty of seaworthiness of the vessel and the evidence. 4. Description of the vessel. 5. The loading and discharging ports. (For a time charter: the date of delivery and date of redelivery of steamer.) 6. Cargo to be carried. (Time charters: the radius of trading.) 7. Position of the vessel. (Time charters: date vessel will be ready.) ' , 8. Remuneration. (Voyage charters: freight. Time charters: hire.) 9. Lay days andhow they count (Voyagecharters only.) 10. Days of demurrage and dispatch and the rate. (Voy- age charters only.) 11. Brokerage clause. 12. Lien clause. 13. Act of God clause. 14. Exemptions from liability clause. 15. Average clause. 16. Arbitration dause. 17. Penalty for non-fulfilment clause. 18. Sub-letting clause. 19. Deviation and salvage clause. In addition to these the following may be found only in time charter-parties— 1. Clause as to who pays fuel and port charges. 2. Provision that time ceases on breakdown.. 3. Return of overpaid hire if vessel is lost. 4. Charterer's right to complain of master and chief engineer. 5. Charterer's obligation to provide master with full sailing directions. 6- Bunkers on board. 7. Drydoddng. 8. Bill of lading.